Photo Gallery: Law enforcement, volunteers shop with children Saturday in Santa Cop program
Published 4:23 pm Saturday, December 12, 2020
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From left, Jhene Bell and Adams County Sheriff’s Office deputy Le’Shawn Brown shoped for Christmas toys and necessities together in the Santa Cop program on Saturday. (submitted photo)
Southern District Constable Randy Freeman, back row left, and his wife Cheryl Freeman, right, volunteered to help children pick out Christmas toys and necessities in the Santa Cop program on Saturday. Eleven-year-old Jeremiah Young, front left, and his 12-year-old brother Delton Young, center, are two who benifited from the progam. (Sabrina Robertson / The Natchez Democrat)
On Saturday, Matthew Hood chose a toy dragon as his Christmas gift from the Santa Cop program, in which law enforcement officers help area children buy Christmas toys and necessities. (Sabrina Robertson / The Natchez Democrat)
Natchez Police Officer John Finley helps Matthew Hood, 8, try on shoes in Natchez Walmart Saturday. Finley is a volunteer with the Santa Cop program which purchases toys and necessities for area children. (Sabrina Robertson / The Natchez Democrat)
Mardavieon Hood, 7, picks out a doll for his little sister Bella Saturday in Natchez Walmart with help from the Santa Cop program. (Sabrina Robertson / The Natchez Democrat)
Delton Young, 12, picks out a deck of Pokémon cards for his Christmas gift from the Santa Cop program Saturday in Natchez Walmart. (Sabrina Robertson / The Natchez Democrat)
Santa Cop is a 30 years old Natchez holiday charity in which law enforcement officers and volunteers purchase toys and necessities for needy children in Adams County just before Christmas.
Officers of the Natchez Police Department, Adams County Sheriff’s Office deputies, and other volunteers helped a small group of children pick out their favorite toys as well as clothing, shoes and other items in Natchez Walmart on Saturday morning.